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How to Help Your Children Navigate Their Teenage Years

Your own personal experience is not valid advice

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How do parents gain the wisdom to help navigate our children through their teenage years? All we really have is our own experiences to draw upon.

Most of us can recall our teenage years as a tumultuous time.

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Dianne Sullivan

Dianne Sullivan

Obsessed with personal growth, personal finance & running. Figuring out my path to financial independence. thegrowthwriter.com

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